2021 Great Lakes Christian Film Festival on WKBW-TV
One of our legendary news reporters in the Buffalo, New York market interviewed Festival Director Shawn Patrick Greene. Mike Randall of WKBW-TV Channel 7 News stopped by in East Aurora, at i61 Church, to spotlight our activities and films being presented. WKBW-TV shared some clips of Break Every Chain and Man of God. Below is the interview article and video of the news report on the festival.
Little known fact about Mike, is he is also a stage performer, presenting his one-man stage plays about Mark Twain and Charles Dickens.
Check out the WKBW article and morning news segment aired Wednesday morning at 6 am.
We are pleased to announce our 7th annual Great Lakes Christian Film Festival, August 5-7, 2021, in East Aurora, New York, featuring over 50 faith-based and family friendly films from over 20 countries. We have several types of films, like features, shorts, student films, documentaries, music videos and even experimental. Genres include biopics, action, dramas, thrillers, historic, children, and many more. We will be screening select films at the legendary Aurora Theatre and Popcorn Shop, as well as in our Hub location, at i61 Ministries.
In addition, at #GLCFF2021 we will hold a variety of sessions and workshops. This year, Director Greg Robbins will hold his Robbins Stunt Team workshop. Actor, Director Cheryl Felicia Rhoads will hold a comedy workshop. Rhonda Parker will conduct a screenwriting session. An industry panel will be composed of producers, directors, editors, etc. PLUS, we are hosting private casting sessions for actors (space is limited). We end the festivities at the Roycroft Inn Saturday Evening, with an Awards Ceremony, where we will be presenting this year’s Honorary Actor Award for the late Gavin Macleod (Mary Tyler Moore, Love Boat, Secrets of Jonathan Sperry).
The Great Lakes Christian Film Festival is the LARGEST faith-based film festival in New York State! This year, we are celebrating our seventh festival in East Aurora, New York (20 miles southeast of Buffalo), the gateway to the Great Lakes. East Aurora is a charming America village… from the famous Vidler’s 5&10, to the historic marquee, to the original brick on Main St., we have a lot to offer. There are a number of restaurants and historic sites like the headquarters of Fisher Price, the house of Millard Fillmore (the 13th US President), and of course, the Roycroft Campus.
Details on how you can buy tickets, download the schedule, and find locations are on our website: http://www.glcff.com.
For more information, contact: Shawn Patrick Greene (Executive Director), (716) 427-4608, email@example.com. Facebook/Twitter @GLCFF #GLCFF2021